Target’s comparable sales jump 17.2% in the holiday season
Target Corp (NYSE: TGT) said on Wednesday that its comparable sales jumped 17.2% in the holiday season. The company attributed the increase to digital sales that it said posted an over 100% growth on the back of higher demand for electronics, home goods, and beauty products. Target closed the regular session a little under 1% down on Wednesday. Including the price action, shares of the company are now exchanging hands at £144.36 per share versus a low of £66.75 per share in March 2020 when the COVID-19 crisis restricted people to their homes. The price action has been favourable for
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